Vote on electric car mandate postponed 

Gov. Lamont's office is taking the proposal off the table, for now.

Nicole Alarcon Soares

Nov 28, 2023, 3:27 AM

Updated 184 days ago

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A vote on an electric car mandate in Connecticut is no longer happening Tuesday.
Gov. Lamont's office is taking the proposal off the table, for now, and says there's a lack of votes.
The Regulation Review Committee was supposed to take on a vote in the morning.
The proposal looks to make all new cars sales electric or plug-in hybrid, by the year 2035.That would exclude used cars.
Opponents have cited concerns with expenses, and limited charging stations. 
The full legislature will now take this up next year.


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